New Delhi: Korean game developer Krafton has introduced a new initiative to Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). This enables a new level of parental control through time limits and OTP verification. The Game Responsibly initiative also displays warning messages along with break reminders, game restrictions, and more. Battlegrounds Mobile India is about to get PUBG Mobile’s megamode..
“All players under the age of 18 must register their parent or guardian before they can start playing for the first time. The OTP will be sent to the registered person’s number and minors will be able to play the game. The company said in a statement.
Some games can get fierce and players can’t keep track of time. However, timely break reminders ensure that developers get the downtime they need. These reminders help you look up from the game and return to real life and maintain a healthy balance between the game and life.
In addition, due to strict gameplay restrictions, players under the age of 18 should not be absorbed in the game for more than 3 hours a day. This allows you to automatically treat the game as a reasonably performing activity.
The brand has also set an in-game daily spending limit of 7,000 rupees. This automatically prevents overspending and over-games in the game. Krafton recently announced that it has deleted its Rs 250,000 account in just one month to eradicate fraudulent activity at Battlegrounds Mobile India (BGMI). Since the last announcement, from October 1st to November 10th, Krafton has permanently banned 25,19,692 accounts and temporarily banned 7,06,319 accounts.
“The company will continue to take all necessary steps to wipe out most in-game scammers, make BGMI a more enjoyable experience, and keep BGMI fair and enjoyable.”
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